byShakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc
Hamlet --- The Age of Elizabeth Introduces the work of perceptual psychologist J. J. Gibson, the first to conclude that some kind of information must be generated by visual stimulation to form a perception of the visual world. Focuses on the practical problem of landing an aircraft to discuss perceptual cues used to infer distance, height, and speed. Employs demonstrations and documentary film to ce and contrast two theories of perception: inference-based and ecological. Narrated by John... Topics: Drama, Drama
byHeathcote, Dorothy; Northwestern University Film Library
Continuing her work with the group depicted in Park 1, Heathcote poses three moral dilemmas, using drama to evoke focus and feeling. From the Dorothy Heathcote Teaching series Topics: Drama in education, Drama in education
An experimental film by Scott Guthrie and John Huckert about a young black woman who fantasizes about becoming a documentary filmmaker. The obstacles she encounters symbolize her oppression by a white, male-dominated world. Judge's Award, Penn State Student Film Festival, 1976 Topics: Motion pictures, Polish., Drama., Amnesia, Poland, Medical care, Feature films.
Excerpts of the prologue from Henry V, dramatizing with Elizabethan musical backgrounds the activity in Shakespeare's Globe Theater before a presentation of the play around the year 1600 Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Theater, Authors, Plays, English...
Urban Gateways Drama Workshop, a Chicago Model Cities Leisure Time Project involving black children from the fourth and fifth grades, is designed to give children the basic tools of acting, using the definition "acting is the art of making an audience believe that real things are happening to real people." Incorporates the use of games, charades, and imaginary objects, both indoors and outdoors Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Urban Gateways Drama Workshop (Chicago, Ill.), Children's theater Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Gives insight into Latin America's temperament through the life and writings of contemporary South American poet Pablo Neruda. Narrated by Pablo Neruda and Anthony Quayle. Discusses the artistic and photographic arts that came with the settling of the early West and the two major sources that nurtured them--the United States Government and the eastern newspapers. Pictures works by artists John M. Stanley, Frederick Remington, Charlie Russell, and Cassily Adams, and by photographers William H.... Topics: I am Pablo Neruda, Latin America, Poetry, United States of America (USA), Communications...